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Top Electric Cars In India with the Longest Range- From Kona to Nexon EV

Is it only me or have you also noticed that in the last few years our domestic automobile industry has seen a slight shift towards electric mobility? Not only that some Major manufacturers have also marked their places into the EV segment such as Tata Motors, MG Motors and Hyundai Motors India and with India’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki soon to join the list. Here We have listed India’s best electric cars which offers the longest range.

Let’s Begin

  1. Hyundai Kona 

    Hyundai Kona
    Hyundai Kona
    Power(Hp) 133.15
    Torque(Nm) 395
    Battery(kWh) 39.2
    Range 452
    Fast Charging(0% to 80%) 57mins
    0-100 km/hr 9.7

    First on the list of the top electric cars in India is The Hyundai Kona which was launched in the month of July 2019 and it became the first fully electric SUV to have made its debut in the domestic market. As fo now this fully electric SUV is offered in two variants-
    the premium and the premium dual-tone priced at Rs 23.71 lakh and 23.90 lakh (all, ex-showroom Delhi) respectively

  2. Tata Nexon EV

    Tata Nexon EV Gets a Certified 312 km Range | Credits- Cardekho
    Tata Nexon EV Gets a Certified 312 km Range | Credits- Cardekho
    Power(Hp) 130.7
    Torque(Nm) 245
    Battery(kWh) 30.2
    Range 312
    Fast Charging(0% to 80%) 60mins
    0-100 km/hr 9.9

    India’s very own the Made-in-India and Made-for-India electric SUV the Tata Nexon EV which made its domestic debut in January 2020 and is available in there variants- XM, XZ+ and XZ+ powers by Tata’s very own Ziptron technology.

    The prices for this electrified menace starts at Rs 13.99 lakh and go up to Rs 15.99 lakh (ex-showroom).

  3. MG ZS EV

    MG ZS EV
    MG ZS EV
    Power(Hp) 140.05
    Torque(Nm) 353
    Battery(kWh) 44.5
    Range 340
    Fast Charging(0% to 80%) 50mins
    0-100 km/hr 8.5

    The MG ZS EV is the first product from the then British and now Chinese carmaker MG motors and is currently offered in two variants- the Excite and the Exclusive with prices ranging from 20.88 lakh and going upto Rs 23.58 lakh respectively.

Jaskaran Singh Bhola
Senior Content Strategist at GoMechanic | Avid Honda lover | VTEC for life! | Foodie | Remember who you are; the best or nothing!


    • Hi Rahul,
      The near future may be all about electric cars, but in the long run, they may be replaced by a different technology. But for now, installing charging stations after every 50kms will involve money drain. Also, the return on investment is highly unlikely.


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